- a child of one's son or daughter.
Origin of grandchild
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Examples from the Web for grandchildren
No wonder video chat seems to be most popular amongst grandparents who want to see their grandchildren.Why Every Home Needs a Drone This Holiday
December 8, 2014
Speaking by phone, Henry Winkler says contentedly that he is in a house “full of grandchildren and their parents.”How Mork Melted the Fonz: Henry Winkler Recalls Robin Williams’s Storming ‘Happy Days’ Debut
August 12, 2014
Mitt Romney had 16 grandchildren when he ran for President in 2012 and two more were born during the campaign.Karl Rove’s Awful, and Afactual, Remarks About Hillary Clinton’s Health
May 13, 2014
“The people in Chibok are the grandchildren or great-grandchildren of the ones we knew,” Gerald says.We Built a School in Boko Haram’s Heartland
May 13, 2014
Videos of 90-year-old grandmothers playing the Rift are great, but they need their grandchildren to set the systems up.The Game You Wear on Your Face: Virtual Reality Is Finally Here
May 8, 2014
He has had nine grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
Their habits are as familiar as those of his children and grandchildren.
You can't hold him responsible for everything his grandchildren do, I guess!Alice Adams
Their daughters, son-in-law and grandchildren received with them.
Some of his grandchildren are almost grown to manhood and womanhood.Ox-Team Days on the Oregon Trail
- the son or daughter of one's child
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Word Origin and History for grandchildren
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